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  1. 1. Josse Lieferinxe, St Sebastian interceding for the plague stricken, 1497-1499 Text Paul Rubens, The Adoration of the Magi, 1624 Peter THE BODY AS AN IDEAL AND DISPLAYED THE FIGURE IN RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE ART presented by Hong Minh Phuong (A0103455)
  2. 2. OVERVIEWHistorical backgroundUnderstanding of RenaissanceUnderstanding of BaroqueComparing Renaissance and Baroque, using theexamples of paintings.
  3. 3. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Prehistory Classical Antiquity Early Modern Europe World Wars and Cold War(7000-2750BC) (1100BC-4th century AD) (16th-18th century AD) (20th century) Minoans and Mycenae (2700-1100BC) From revolution to imperialism Recent history (19th century AD) Middle Ages (4th-15th century AD)
  4. 4. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Classical Antiquity Early Modern Europe World Wars and Cold War (1100BC-4th century AD) (16th-18th century AD) (20th century)Minoans and Mycenae (2700-1100BC) From revolution to imperialism Recent history (19th century AD) Middle Ages (4th-15th century AD)
  5. 5. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Classical Antiquity Early Modern Europe World Wars and Cold War (1100BC-4th century AD) (16th-18th century AD) (20th century) From revolution to imperialism Recent history (19th century AD) Middle Ages (4th-15th century AD)
  6. 6. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Early Modern Europe World Wars and Cold War (16th-18th century AD) (20th century) From revolution to imperialism Recent history (19th century AD) Middle Ages (4th-15th century AD)
  7. 7. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Early Modern Europe World Wars and Cold War (16th-18th century AD) (20th century) From revolution to imperialism Recent history (19th century AD)
  8. 8. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Early Modern Europe World Wars and Cold War (16th-18th century AD) (20th century) Recent history
  9. 9. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Early Modern Europe (16th-18th century AD) Recent history
  10. 10. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Early Modern Europe (16th-18th century AD)
  11. 11. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Early Modern Europe (16th-18th century AD)
  12. 12. Early Modern Europe (16th-18th century AD)Discover of the New WorldHuman’s superioritySignificant shift of focus to science, economics andpolitics - human-centered subjects
  13. 13. RENAISSANCE“Renaissance” means“Rebirth”Represents the culturalmovement occurredfrom the 14th to 17thcentury in EuropeThe transition from theMiddle Ages to the‘new’ world, consideredas Revival of Learning Leonardo da Vinci, Mona Lisa, 1503-1505
  14. 14. RENAISSANCEA shift of focus fromthe church to human.Involves a lot ofhuman-centered studyin search for realismand humanism in artFirst usage ofperspective Leonardo da Vinci, The Vitruvian Man, 1487
  15. 15. BAROQUE“Baroque”, in French,means “rough orimperfect pearl”Represents the culturaland historicalmovement startingaround 1600 in EuropeMoves away from theideals of Renaissance Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini, The ecstasy of Saint Teresa, 1647-1652
  16. 16. BAROQUEEmphasize on thedrama, intensity andexuberance.Human-centeredRealistic expression Caravaggio, The Conversion on the way to Damascus, 1601
  17. 17. COMPARING RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE PAINTINGS Giotto di Bondone Michelangelo Merisi da CaravaggioLa Cattura di Cristo (Bacio di Giuda) The taking of Christ The arrest of Christ (Kiss of Judas) 1602 1304-1306
  18. 18. Giotto di BondoneLa Cattura di Cristo (Bacio di Giuda) The arrest of Christ (Kiss of Judas) 1304-1306
  19. 19. COMPARING RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE PAINTINGS Giotto di Bondone Michelangelo Merisi da CaravaggioLa Cattura di Cristo (Bacio di Giuda) The taking of Christ The arrest of Christ (Kiss of Judas) 1602 1304-1306
  20. 20. Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio The taking of Christ 1602
  21. 21. COMPARING RENAISSANCE AND BAROQUE ARTSSimilarity: Human centered, influence of Christianitysince the Middle Ages era was carried on.Differences: Renaissance: Scientifically logical Baroque: Expressive
  22. 22. IMAGEShttp://www.artbible.info/art/large/39.html Peter Paul Rubens, The Adoration of the Magi, 1624http://art.thewalters.org/detail/6193/saint-sebastian-interceding-for-the-plague-stricken/ Josse Lieferinxe, StSebastian interceding for the plague stricken, 1497-1499http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/vinci/joconde/ Leonardo da Vinci, Mona Lisa, 1503-1505http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitruvian_Man Leonardo da Vinci, The Vitruvian Man, 1487http://sexualityinart.wordpress.com/2009/08/28/berninis-portrayal-of-the-ecstasy-of-saint-theresa/ GiovanniLorenzo Bernini, The ecstasy of Saint Teresa, 1647-1652http://artofmanliness.com/2010/10/18/the-basics-of-art-the-baroque-period/ Caravaggio, The Conversion on theway to Damascus, 1601http://history.hanover.edu/courses/art/giojud.html Giotto di Bondone, La Cattura di Cristo (Bacio di Giuda)-Thearrest of Christ (Kiss of Judas), 1304-1306http://www.nga.gov/exhibitions/caravbr-2.htm Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, The taking of Christ,1601
  23. 23. BIBLIOGRAPHYhttp://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/195896/history-of-Europe, European historyhttp://artofmanliness.com/2010/10/18/the-basics-of-art-the-baroque-period/ The basics of Arts: The BaroquePeriodMargaret Aston, The Fifteenth Century, the Prospect of Europe, 1979Franco Mormando, “Saints and Sinners, Caravaggio and the Baroque Image”, 1999Stella Fletcher, The Longman Companion to Renaissance Europe 1390-1530, 2000The New Testaments, Holy Bible, New English Translation Version

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